The Ouroboros Wave
Ninety years from now, a satellite detects a nearby black hole scientists dub Kali for the Hindu goddess of destruction. L to R (Western Style). Ninety years from now, a satellite detects a nearby black hole scientists dub Kali for the Hindu goddess of destruction. Humanity embarks on a generations-long project to tap the energy of the black hole, and found colonies on planets across the solar system. Earth and Mars and the moons Europa (Jupiter) and Titan (Uranus) develop radically different societies, with only Kali, that swirling vortex of destruction and creation, and the hated but crucial Artificial Accretion Disk Development association (AADD) in common.
- Publisher: Haikasoru
- Publish Date: Nov 16th, 2010
- Pages: 267
- Language: English
- Dimensions: 7.90in - 5.20in - 0.90in - 0.55lb
- EAN: 9781421536453
- Categories: • Science Fiction - General• Science Fiction - Hard Science Fiction• Science Fiction - Space Opera
About the Author
Born in Hokkaido in 1962. Having worked as a clinical laboratory technician, Joji Hiyashi debuted as a writer in 1995 with his co-written Dai Nihon Teikoku Oushu Dengeki Sakusen. His popularity grew with the Shonetsu no Hatou series and the Heitai Gensui Oushu Senki series--both military fiction backed by real historical perspectives. Beginning in 2000, he consecutively released Kioku Osen, Shinryakusha no Heiwa and Ankoku Taiyo no Mezame, stories that combine scientific speculation and sociological investigations. He continues to write and act as a flag-bearer for a new generation of hard SF.
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